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Beginning of the year… Five Little Monkeys Jumping On The Bed By Eileen Christelow 1
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Lesson 2 Act out book Count ‘monkeys’ (actors) – Teacher modeling movement, one-to-one, correct rote sequence 3

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Beginning of the year Five Little Monkeys Jumping On The Bed By Eileen Christelow 1 Lesson 1 Read book Count monkeys on the page Match monkeys on book to stuffed monkeys Model counting again with stuffed monkeys jumping on the bed 2 Lesson 2 Act out book Count monkeys (actors) Teacher modeling movement, one-to-one, correct rote sequence 3 Lesson 3 Teacher demonstrates counting plastic monkeys (different arrangement) on Elmo Think aloud good counting techniques Provide cups with different amounts of plastic monkeys in Have students practice counting and checking each others * Ask What was different today? 4 Lesson 4 Count out cubes on the Elmo (these represent monkeys Provide students with cups containing more than 5 cubes (7 or 8) Ask students to count out 5 monkeys (cubes) into a pile 5 Lesson 5 Teacher models counting out 5 monkeys (cubes) on a paper bed on the Elmo Add one more and ask How many monkeys are on my bed now? Pass out copies of bed Call out number, and have students count that number of monkeys (cubes) on bed Have them +1, or -1 Ask How many now? (How many what?) 6 Monkeys Jumping on 2 Beds Compare Groups (Greater than, less than, equal to) Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 7 How many monkeys under the covers? 8 Monkeys Jumping on 5 Frame Bed 9 Sorting Monkeys Classify objects into given categories; count the number of objects in each category 10 Algebraic Thinking Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 11 12 How many monkeys do you see? 13 How many monkeys do you see? 14 How many monkeys do you see? 15 How many monkeys do you see? 16 17 How many monkeys do you see? Counting Know they can assign each item in a set one number from the number-word sequence (1:1) Know their count remains the same regardless of the size shape or color of objects or the arrangement Keep track of the items they have counted Recognize the last word they use represents the total number of items in the set Understand they can count the objects in any order and the total will remain the same 18 19 What do good counters do? Additional Resources Alignment documents Learning progressions Math practices ODE website Model Curriculum, CCS, other resources Common Core website commoncoretools.wordpress.com progressions and articles 20